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Underwater Search System

June 28, 2014
SAMM is Oceanic Imaging Consultants' Stand Alone Mosaicking Module, ideal for underwater search and survey.

Dallas GIS Police Analyst Uses Geospatial Skills to Fight Crime

February 24, 2014
Geographic information systems (GIS) has changed the way law enforcement fights crime. American Sentinel University's GIS program is designed to teach officers the tools they need to map and analyze crime patterns.

Laser Mapping System

October 7, 2013
Laser Technology added new components to its mapping package for crash scene investigations that includes an LTI TruPulse 200X laser, BAP data collector, and TruAngle device.

All Traffic Solutions Launches DriveTimes App

September 26, 2013
The DriveTimes app allows officers to update traffic messages on All Traffic Solutions' traffic signs, including the time to destination and alternate routes.

Esri, Geofeedia Add Social Media Analytics to Mapping Software

April 5, 2013
Esri announced a partnership to incorporate Geofeedia's social media tools into its ArcGIS mapping platform to assist law enforcement during emergency events. The upgrade will give public safety professionals the capability to accurately integrate, monitor, analyze, and visualize live emergency data as events unfold.

App Review: Google Maps

April 5, 2013
For officers who aren't issued patrol vehicles equipped with GPS for positioning and call routing, Google Maps offers a very useful alternative. GPS will always be the best choice, but it's more costly, making Google Maps a tool that's within easy reach.

Improvised Law Enforcement Technology

May 22, 2012

The recession has made most law enforcement agencies cut back on their purchases of technology. That means that all of law enforcement is having to learn what small agencies have known for some time. You can do a lot for less, if you put your mind to it.

Legal Software

October 1, 2008
SmartDraw.com has just released SmartDraw Legal Edition 2009, containing enhanced functionality and exclusive new features that help law enforcement professionals create high-impact legal graphics such as timelines, crime scene diagrams, trial graphics, accident reconstruction, evidence and flowcharts, and more in a matter of minutes.

ePolicing GIS

October 1, 2008
Crime Maps allows users to view updated crime activity anywhere in a police department’s jurisdiction with the new addition of satellite imagery. It is a part of a suite of applications created by ePolicing, a partnership of Los Angeles firms Lightray Productions and Psomas.

SpatialKey

October 1, 2008
GIS-based data application SpatialKey not only quickly gathers information on suspected criminal incidents and provides them immediately to responding officers, it also tracks patrol locations and monitors their travel routes and speeds, which can be altered to help save fuel and better serve the community.

ArcGIS 9.3

October 1, 2008
Whether you need to perform spatial analysis, manage large amounts of spatial data, or produce cartographically appealing maps to aid in decision making, ArcGIS allows you to use one common platform to meet all your GIS needs. And because ArcGIS is built using technology standards, it will integrate well with your existing systems.

MultiVision USA Oblique Imagery Software

November 1, 2006
MultiVision USA utilizes an advanced aerial imaging system to acquire high-resolution oblique imagery to provide multi-perspective and 3D viewing and modeling capabilities. MultiVision software provides onscreen tools to measure vertical and horizontal structures, such as building facades, backyard patios, and terrain features, from any angle or direction in the imagery.

Maptech U.S. Boating Charts on DVD

August 1, 2006
Offering 3,000 up-to-date NOAA coastline and river charts from the Army Corps of Engineers, this DVD and GPS Real-Time Navigation Software from Maptech allows you to create GPS routes with the click of a mouse. Chart segments and route plans can be printed on standard printers. Connect a GPS to an onboard computer to see vessel location on the detailed charts for real-time tracking and positioning.

C-Map Systems WriteGPS II

July 1, 2006
C-Map Systems’ WriteGPS II is an intelligent GPS video overlay and typewriter. It’s a self-contained 9- to 24-volt, palm-sized unit that overlays video with GPS time, date, position coordinates, altitude, depth, and heading. It can convert Lat/Long GPS coordinates to all NAD27 and NAD83 zones.

Cineflex Infrared Aerial Camera System

September 1, 2005
Designed for law enforcement, border security, and homeland defense missions, the Cineflex V14 Magnum LE is a gyro-stabilized aerial camera system that features a high-definition, dual-sensor, infrared camera. With 1920 x 1080 lines of resolution, the camera provides aerial crews with a high level of detail in both daytime and nighttime settings.

LexisNexis Accurint LE Plus

September 1, 2005
Based on the Accurint platform, Accurint LE Plus from LexisNexis is a powerful desktop application that includes all the analyst’s mission-critical tools from the Web-based Accurint LE product. The new application allows agencies to search databases and link information from various sources to create a comprehensive analysis of a case. Features include visual link analysis, real-time batching, and GIS mapping.

Rand McNally Custom View Wall Map

June 1, 2005
Renowned for its detailed maps, Rand McNally has developed an online customizable mapmaking tool that allows agencies to create large-scale, labeled images of any area within the contiguous United States. Possible applications for the Custom View wall maps system include tactical planning for emergency evacuations or SWAT operations and delineation of gang territories. Available in three sizes, the sturdy, laminated wall maps are made to withstand multiple uses.
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